Best Cruise Port Hotels in AMSTERDAM

As an experienced cruiser, you know that finding a good Cruise Port Hotel is very important. A good start to your booked trip means a relaxed start to your cruise. But choosing the right hotel in a new city can be tricky. We have used our ( Dutch) experience and the experience of other cruisers to make a great selection of the best cruise port hotels in Amsterdam. To make the best choice for a wonderful start to your cruise. We even managed to arrange some discounts for our readers!

As Dutch, and Amsterdam connoisseurs, we know that Amsterdam has a great number of hotels. In recent years, a lot of beautiful hotels have been added to the list. But there are also a lot of hotels that you certainly do not want to stay in. As far as we are concerned, a number of criteria are important and which a hotel must meet:

The location must be good in relation to the cruise port, Central Station and the city center with its attractions.

The hotel should reflect Amsterdam. You have to know where you wake up in the morning and you need to feel the city vibe. We don’t like the thirteen in a dozen hotels. Whether you stay in Singapore or in Washington, the monotony and uniformity of some hotels do not appeal to us. A bit of country and city identity doesn’t hurt as far as we are concerned and we want to ‘feel’ the new experience.

We deserve optimal service and a good bed. We do not choose to stay in the low segment, but we want a good price for what is on offer. If we already suggest and find a three-star hotel, it must be really very good. The perfect start to a perfect cruise does not start in a creepy hotel, right?

These are the criteria that, in our opinion, these 15 hotels meet perfectly. Something for everyone. Are you looking for a hotel within walking distance of the cruise port, do you want to stay in the bubbling city center or do you opt for delicious luxury? We have made a selection for you of the top 15 cruise port hotels in Amsterdam.  

The best cruise port hotels in Amsterdam In Random order:

  • THE DYLAN ★★★★★
  • SOFITEL LEGEND THE GRAND ★★★★★ *with free transfer to or from your ship!
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We have built a website with the conclusions of our online cruise lovers forum called Here you can find lots of information and suggestions on Cruise Port Hotels, Cruise Port Tips, and LXRY! Hotels worldwide.

In our Facebook group Cruise Port Hotels ( you can see the all recommended hotels in Amsterdam. Recommended by the experience of luxury cruise lovers and some hotels we added on our own experience.

This is our selection of best pre- or post-cruise hotels in Amsterdam in totally random order.


*With discount code for our blog readers and members of the Facebook group

Enjoy your stay in a place that combines the best of Amsterdam with refined luxury and a nice, homelike feel. The best museums, the most charming shops, just off Vondelpark, and all the other things that make Amsterdam such a great city to explore are all within walking distance. Pillows Anna van den Vondel means feeling at home away from home when you’re traveling, whether before or after your cruise.

Sleep like a prince in one of the thirty charming and comfortable rooms. All with characteristic features. Lovely linen, a wonderful mattress, soft carpets, and art that has been specifically selected for every individual room.

At all Pillows hotels, I love the fact they don’t have a reception. Instead, you will check-in in the Living, the homelike heart of the hotel. Sit down anywhere you want, and enjoy the glass of champagne they offer you. You’re always bound to meet some interesting guests in this lively area and maybe you will meet your fellow cruisers here! You can also enjoy tea, drinks, or lunch in the Living.

Pillows Luxury Boutique Hotels have an intimate atmosphere, where care and a high level of comfort for guests are to be found. I am very happy to tell you that I can offer you a 10% discount on one of my favorite hotels in Amsterdam!

**For members of our Facebook group Cruise Port Hotels and visitors of you will receive an extra 10% discount on your stay in 2021 when you mention the discount code pillowscruise at your booking directly with the hotel.

PS. Ask about the history of the building and especially about Anna van den Vondel!


This riverside hotel in Amsterdam city center is mostly chosen as it is right at the cruise docks. This hotel has spectacular views over the city and vistas over the river IJ are just some of the highlights at Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre, just 20 minutes from Schiphol Airport. With its fantastic location in the heart of the city center, this 4-star hotel is also within walking distance of Amsterdam’s historical center, its central station, and many museums. If you are headed to the airport or outside the city, the hotel is within walking distance of Centraal Station but offers a free shuttle, too.

All of the 408 rooms in the non-smoking hotel offer great views, complimentary WiFi Internet, organic fair-trade linen, and wellness area access. Additionally, the Executive Rooms and suites also benefit from complimentary access to the Executive Lounge.

Dining is a pleasure in their Silk Road restaurant, while Silk Bar is a great spot for a nightcap. For relaxation, head to the Lifestyle Studio which features a gym, Finnish sauna, bio sauna, ice fountain, and massage room.

It is also one of the most sustainable hotels in Amsterdam. Although it is not really the true Amsterdam feel and no historic feel it is within walking distance to the ship the next morning which makes it super convenient.

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MÖVENPICK HOTEL next to your ship


Entering this hotel you find yourself in a truly authentic Amsterdam ambiance in this beautiful seventeenth-century building along Amsterdam’s oldest canal: the Singel.
Dream away with the richly colored and kind of art deco and quirky interior, the crystal chandeliers, the luxurious fabrics, and the expressive prints.

None of the 91 rooms and two suites in our hotel are the same, each and every one of them has been lovingly designed and decorated. Hotel Estheréa will allow you to relax and it’s also the perfect starting point for discovering and exploring the city prior to or after your cruise, as it’s located right in the very heart of Amsterdam.
In short, the perfect stay for either a short or a long getaway in Amsterdam.

This boutique hotel has been run by a family for more than 75 years. Quite a few things have changed over the years. The premises started out as a guest house with 12 rooms and has now been developed into a luxury gem with 91 rooms and two suites. You will absolutely like Maria’s bar.

The building is now included on UNESCO’s world heritage list and has undergone a significant transformation. However, the one thing which has definitely remained over the course of time is a true family feeling, personal attention, service, authenticity, and an eye for detail. And you don’t just see that when you enter this hotel, you will feel it too. Highly recommended for The Amsterdam feel!

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Located in the heart of the “9-streets” area on the prestigious “Keizersgracht” canal, The Dylan Amsterdam is the ideal home base as you discover the hidden treasures of Amsterdam’s past and present by foot or bike.

This hotel is one of Amsterdam’s most desirable and prestigious locations overlooking the Keizersgracht canal. Set within the “grachtengordel”, the city’s central canal-belt, as well as in Amsterdam’s chic shopping district, “The Nine Streets” (“De Negen straatjes”), the hotel provides the ideal base from which to explore the distinct wonders and historic charm of The Netherlands most intriguing city.

They offer four different room styles. An exclusive choice of room types and styles provides every imaginable comfort for the discerning cruise lover. Every room is refined and distinctly unique, just like you…right?

Their nice restaurant Delight is open all day, Bar Brasserie OCCO where quality, craftsmanship, and service are paramount. Savor refined dishes in the intimate and historic setting of Michelin-starred Restaurant Vinkeles, situated in an 18th-century bakery.

My recommendation is to have the High Wine, which you recognize with the concept of its longstanding relationship with Tea. At The Dylan, they like to consider the decadent affair as Bacchus would see fit, with a selection of the finest wines from the cellar and savory bites selected by executive chef Dennis Kuipers. You will love it!
Available daily between 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. High Wine features a selection of 4 different wines and 4 amuse-style bites at € 39,50 per person. Indulge yourself and enjoy it!

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One of the Guestrooms in THE DYLAN


*With Free transfer to or from your ship!

Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam, located in the heart of the city on the two oldest canals, is the ideal place to stay pre or post-cruise. The hotel offers readers of this blog, visitors of, and members of a free transfer to or from the ship if you have a pre-post stay and being so close to the terminal this is only a 10-minute drive.

As the former admiralty building of Amsterdam dating back to 1578, The Grand has a very strong link to the nautical world and wherever you want to go in the city, it is almost all just a short walking distance away.

The hotel has a great selection of rooms and suites (including butler service) and next to the famed fine-dining restaurant (recommended option to visit by some cruise lines) Restaurant Bridges there is also the wonderful bistro Oriole. The private garden is an oasis in the heart of the city and from April to October we serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner outside. The Sofitel SPA offers the ultimate relaxation and the team of concierges is always at hand to assist with museum tickets and tours.

The Grand is the perfect blend between Dutch history and French luxury contemporary design and a visit feels as if you are staying in a grand country estate and although you are in the heart of the city it is a very private place.

For readers of this blog and members of Cruise Port Hotels staying during tulip season, you will have the option to cut a bunch of tulips from the display boxes that we have available in the courtyard of the hotel.

SOFITEL LEGEND “THE GRAND” – click to play video


This hotel is an extraordinary and sensational suite boutique hotel located in the beating heart of Amsterdam’s city center: The Dam Square, overlooking the eminent monument and the Royal Palace. Not a single detail has gone unnoticed by the visionary two-time winner of the Hotelier of the Year Award Eric Toren. Toren has always envisioned opening an out of the ordinary dream hotel, to give guests the experience of a lifetime.

By creating a crème de la crème team consisting of Executive Chef Tim Golsteijn, the world’s best wine taster and sommelier Lendl Mijnhijmer, renowned architects, designers, the finest staff in hospitality, and more, Hotel TwentySeven and its sixteen exquisite suites will ignite all of your senses. The hotel offers a large range of personalized services.

The only way to describe the rooms is sumptuous, out of the ordinary, and elegant. The monumental building TwentySeven is carved into is a turn of the century building from the time of the industrial revolution. It has been brought to life by the top of the line design team, consisting of renowned award-winning designer Wim van de Oudeweetering and distinctive, urban interior designer Cris van Amsterdam. The level of attention and perfection is paramount and unprecedented in Amsterdam.

Ranging from the slightly smaller scaled “bijou” Junior Suites, to the iconic splendor of the 219 square meters Signature Suite. World-class carpets from Nepal, exquisite handmade Italian curtains, velvet & exclusive wallpaper from Pierre Frey France, voluptuous sofa’s from Ascension Lattore, and modern, alluring artwork from Cobra Art in Amsterdam. These are mere examples of the impact of luxury that the hotel has to offer.

Be prepared to find world-class gastronomy by Executive Chef Tim Golsteijn. Restaurant Bougainville offers a unique, sensory, and culinary experience – and this experience starts with a beautiful setting and panoramic view of Amsterdam. The à la carte menu is a fine dining experience, where characteristic and beautiful dishes will be served to you, made with only the best, fresh ingredients. All wines are hand-picked by wine director Lendl Mijnhijmer, who won the McNie Tasting Trophy last year, which makes him the very best.

A year after opening, their restaurant Bougainville has been awarded a Michelin star.

Their bar offers extravagant views and intriguing selections. Imagine a bar that takes you on a thrilling ride along seductive, exclusively selected, and created beverages, served to you by the best, knowledgeable bartenders that Amsterdam has to offer. A lavishly decorated feast for the eyes and the taste buds. Set foot in a warm and sophisticated, out of this world atmosphere with extravagant views over the Dam Square, where Amsterdam’s best bartenders will present the most intriguing creations.


Again, this hotel will be printed in your brain and never leaves your memories. And that’s what traveling, and cruising is all about.


This luxury hotel in Amsterdam has repeatedly been crowned the number one luxury hotel in the Netherlands. Located in the Museum Square district, the luxury cultural heart of the city, the Conservatorium is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with graceful, contemporary design. You will enjoy a selection of restaurants, a bar, lounge, and 1,000 sq m Akasha Holistic Wellbeing. In this vibrant and elegant setting, the city’s crown jewels – the Van Gogh Museum, Concertgebouw, Rijksmuseum, Vondelpark, and Amsterdam’s most indulgent shopping – are literally at your doorstep. For culture and pre-or post-cruise, it’s a location like no other.

Originally founded in 1275, present-day Amsterdam is redolent with history. With its numerous museums and galleries, the city is now undergoing an arts-led renaissance that is feeding a resurgent appetite for travel to Amsterdam, both locally and from abroad. The Conservatorium – with its rich history – is part of this renewal.
The building was originally designed by the Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel as the Rijkspostspaarbank and sparked the regeneration of the Museum Quarter at the end of the 19th century.

The hotel is one of the most beautifully designed hotels in Amsterdam, the Conservatorium is on the site formerly occupied by the city’s Sweelinck Music Conservatorium. Originally built as the ‘Rijkspostspaarbank’ at the end of the 19th century, the building was conceived by the renowned Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel. It heralded the regeneration of the Museumplein, an area previously derelict.

The guest rooms are the epitome of contemporary luxury, combining the best in modern comforts and technology. Each gives you the most comfortable and peaceful space with thoughtful details and services, creating the perfect retreat for your visit to Amsterdam.

The hotel provided some of Amsterdam’s best food and drink experiences. Their secret ingredients? The chefs who select them. Hotel restaurants in Amsterdam are epitomized at the Conservatorium, where the chefs at Taiko are constantly searching for the finest Hida beef, the only true wasabi-grown in Europe, and vintages offered nowhere else. Their sake sommelier even trains new ones – the only person in The Netherlands certified to do so. In a hotel this focused on food and drink, there’s no such thing as a humble ingredient. At the Brasserie, the cooks aren’t just attuned to the right season for each fruit or vegetable. But the specific weeks when they’re at their peak. That is their true secret ingredient: The award-winning culinary team behind each Brasserie recipe, Taiko menu, and Taiko bar cocktails.

A buzzing site in Amsterdam which also attracts lots of young and trendy people.


When you are up for something else, a little different from the average Amsterdam hotel this three-star hotel might be an option.
For starters, they are slightly off the beaten track. Located at Bloemgracht, an enchanting 17th-century canal just off of the Prinsengracht. In the heart of the Jordaan, the sassy, smart village in midtown with its exciting art studios, quirky little shops, and authentic Amsterdam bars & cafés – where Sundays get as comfy and as quiet as a tiny French town. That’s the quirky atmosphere of this special hotel.

What’s more: the style goes way back to the sixties, when one day, the founder of this hotel decided to advertise his couch at the local tourist agency. People loved it. So the couch turned into a room, which turned into two, which expanded into a full floor, then into more floors until even the house next door gave in to the hospitable spirit of Mr. Jordaan. You could say he was a pioneer. Started couch surfing before its time. Airbnb-by-phone-and-snail-mail. Stay-with-a-local, well before we even knew ‘local’ was something to aspire to. That is the feel of this hotel.

But what makes this hotel different most, is the guest. Because the truth of the matter is: Mr. Jordaan is for travelers. For decades, it’s been a home away from home for explorers. It’s for the curious, the original. For people who look a little further and leave plenty of room for surprises & little treasures, unnoticed by travel books, tourist guides, and backpack blogs.

Check-in and before you know it, you will consider yourself a true canal dweller, inhabiting Amsterdam’s finest neighborhood & adopting the funky Jordaan lifestyle. You will fit right in.

For the daring and funky cruiser, this can be a new and very special experience! Located in the exact place to be, the spot of Amsterdam.


‘The Grand Dutch Residence’

The Amstel Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Amsterdam and offers a beautiful view over the Amstel river. Its impressive façade is reflected in the glittering water, its lions overlook the city. The Royal Theater Carré is within walking distance, while by taxi you can reach the many museums, the Anne Frank House, or the boutique shopping streets of Amsterdam within 10 minutes. The cruise port as well is within easy reach.

“Experience the magic of the Amstel Hotel …”

InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam is a five-star hotel, characterized by a rich history of genuine hospitality and exceptional luxury. The hotel, with its unique location on the Amstel, received its first guests in 1867 and has since been known for its majestic appearance and homely warmth.

The imposing lobby, historic staircase, enchanting chandeliers, and high ceilings make it the true “Grande Dame” of Amsterdam. Hotel to this day, the luxury hotel still provides an international home for many guests. Behind the hotel’s grand colonnaded entrance, the regal interior features original, 19th-century staircases, and elegant marble floors.

In the hotels’ suites, you’ll benefit from thoughtful touches such as balconies, connecting bedrooms, extra space, and designer classy decor. The luxury marble bathrooms have cascade showers. You can relax in a separate sitting area with an entertainment system. large windows and city views.
All suites offer magnificent views on the Amstel River or the city area. The suites have a private door that creates an exclusive retreat to work or to receive guests. The suites are also featured with Illi coffee & tea making facilities and a complimentary morning newspaper. The 79 rooms and suites are among the largest in Amsterdam. The high-quality beds ensure a comfortable night, and the exclusive hand-printed wallpaper creates a unique atmosphere.

At the Amstel Hotel, we would love for everyone to find something on the menu that makes their heart jump a little. As a true Amsterdam inhabitant, the Amstel Hotel proudly serves an international choice of food and drinks, with a Dutch twist. With our focus on fresh and seasonal products, we’ve picked the finest ingredients. You can enjoy High Tea in the lounge with river views, and wind down in the health club with a sauna, massage, or a swim in the indoor pool.

Enter through the famous revolving doors, where rock stars and royals have preceded you. The Intercontinental Amstel Hotel awaits you when the time is right. The Amstel hotel is perfect Prior to or after your cruise to discover Amsterdam to the fullest.  Because when your travels are on hold, their hospitality lives on. Due to COVIDS restrictions bookings are only possible from March 2021

A royal start to your cruise!


Five stars deluxe Grand Hotel Amrâth Amsterdam is located in the former Shipping House. A decorated monument and example of the Amsterdam School architecture. The hotel has 205 rooms, including 22 suites, 8 conference/banquet rooms, Bar Lounge, and a Spa & Wellness center. The Hotel is located only 500 meters from the Central Station. There you will find the bus, tram, and metro connections to all areas of the city.

The hotel offers rooms in Art Deco style with high ceilings and large windows that allow plenty of natural light.

At the Bar-Lounge, they serve internationally-oriented dishes, with high-quality products. During breakfast, lunch, high tea, or dinner, you can enjoy the Amsterdam canals.
With astonishing views over the Dutch Canals, you can enjoy your late breakfast! In the afternoon they will serve you an extensive lunch or dinner. After enjoying your visit to the city center of Amsterdam, you can unwind with an enticing drink until late in the evening.

The Spa & Wellness is free of charge for hotel guests. A higly recommended hotel by luxury cruise lovers.


Rich in history, full of local crowds, The Hoxton, Amsterdam is the place to sleep, eat and drink on Herengracht. Located on de Negen Straatjes, the Nine Streets where the nicest little boutiques are located. You have some of the best restaurants and shops in town within minutes of the hotel. The Hoxton Amsterdam is inspired by the diversity and originality of the streets and scenes that surround them.

Every room is unique, embracing the quirks and history of the old canal houses. Some have carefully restored monumental ceilings and others are attic rooms nestled under original beams. Brass chandeliers, bespoke hexagonal mirrors, and classic timber herringbone flooring are a nod to the building’s history as the Mayor’s home. They’ve got canals on both sides of the hotel, meaning plenty of rooms with a vista.

Fancy quick coffees, leisurely breakfast catch-ups, Saturday night dinners, or late-night cocktails? They have it. They serve food and drinks round the clock at our Amsterdam hotel, from morning ‘til night. The Restaurant Lotti’s is a neighborhood restaurant serving brasserie-style dishes, strong lattes, and even stronger cocktails. Whatever the weather, Lotti’s at The Hoxton, Amsterdam ticks all the boxes – boozy cocktails, a delicious menu, and comfy vintage lounge chairs. And when the sun comes out, the roof comes off!



A stay at Pulitzer Amsterdam is a historical discovery with a long and illustrious heritage dating back to the Golden Age. The hotel is set within twenty-five restored 17th and 18th-century houses that once set the scene for prosperous business deals between trade merchants and played home to the decadent and flamboyant lives of Dutch aristocrats.

In the 17th century, the Netherlands blossomed, it was the place to be. This prosperous era in Dutch history saw: wealthy merchants building the beautiful buildings we still admire, the Dutch East India Company became the world’s first multinational. Rembrandt was changing the face of the art world with nothing more than his paintbrush. Manhattan was founded – back then it was known as New Amsterdam.

The movers and shakers of Amsterdam’s influential upper class lived in the canal houses closest to the old town, while the warehouses were located along with the outer canal rings. This is why the Pulitzer buildings along the Keizersgracht are more opulent than the ones on the Prinsengracht.

You will enjoy the residential feel of their different room types. Each room and suite is unique and part of the exceptional heritage of Pulitzer’s canal houses.

This hotel has a deep passion for elegant culinary craftsmanship. Pause in the bright garden café to recharge throughout the entire day. Restaurant Jansz. serves simple yet beautifully crafted dishes inspired by classic European cuisine and Pulitzer’s Bar is the perfect place to enjoy an immaculately mixed drink in style. Recharge with sights on the soothing gardens or unwind on the outside terrace, surrounded by the striking canal houses.

A gem, hiding in plain sight, and a leafy oasis of tranquility for anyone who needs to pause. The friendly breakfast, morning coffee, light dishes, a great glass of wine, all taken in or out; Pause is the kind of place you want to keep to yourself… but can’t. A cruise is ahead…right?


Discover the ultimate home away from home feeling at this hotel. Live like a true local, because the Studios & Suites provide you optimal privacy. There is no front office nor staff, however, your room will be cleaned daily. You can check-in online easily and receive a personal digital key prior to your arrival by e-mail (QR-code). The QR-code provides access to the building and Studio or Suite.

This quirky place is located in a historical building in the city center of Amsterdam. For decades a butcher shop called ‘Mr. Jonker was situated on the ground floor. The Studio and Suites are placed in the gorgeous, newly renovated monumental building that emanates a typically Amsterdam feel – the characteristic staircase and original beams are still prominent features.
The interior has a modern style with a classic touch. It is located across the street from the Zoo ‘Artis’. The perfect getaway with optimal privacy, when you want to discover Amsterdam like a local!

The hotel has 15 luxury rooms and three different room types: Studios, Suites & Deluxe Suites.
All with kitchenette, perfect for a stay with family or friends.

Situated in the upcoming and green Plantage area in Amsterdam center and within walking distance of the bustling city center.

‘Stylish, modern, and authentic studios & suites. Super quirky and not at all like other hotels. Very high-end linens and finishes in an industrial setting. Lots of amenities in the room, full kitchen. We loved it. It’s perfect for young and older! Great little breakfast place right next door where the locals eat. We really felt like we were in Amsterdam here.”


Located in the heart of the Jordaan, the cultural center of Amsterdam, Canal House is situated on the Keizersgracht (the King’s Canal) and is comprised of three seventeenth century merchants’ houses.

The hotel buildings, numbers 148 and 152 were the home to several merchants and their businesses in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, before being turned into a hotel in the 1950s, by an eccentric and flamboyant American hotelier who was an avid collector of Dutch art and knick-knacks which were proudly displayed on walls, shelves and every other flat surface in the buildings in a traditional Dutch fashion. Many of these have been retained and re-used, providing continuity to the buildings that have stood on this spot for four hundred years.

The vision for Canal House was all about exquisite materials, luxury, and celebrating Dutch design. Their weakness for Dutch designer Marcel Wanders’ contemporary gothic pieces, and so it felt right they brought him and renowned agency Concrete onto the project.
The history and story of this hotel are really special and worth exploring.

The hotels Great Room is a beautiful spot to enjoy a leisurely afternoon relaxing, with views over the private garden. The bar at Canal House is both chic and stylish and is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail or the famous Canal House G&T before heading out into the city.

The stunning private garden is perfect to enjoy a quiet drink in after a day shopping in the boutiques and galleries. Also in the garden are the Summer House and Garden House – both of which are available for private hire.

The lush interiors are finished with exquisite materials in a luxurious palette of rich purples, coppers, and deepest blacks.

Canal House’s 6 types of bedrooms exude sophisticated luxury. All 23 bedrooms at Canal House feature hardwood floors, silk wallpapers, rich velvet fabrics, and opulent Bisazza mosaics, along with contemporary furnishings and Dutch artwork.

The generous and varied breakfast table to their famous G&Ts before supper with piping-hot lobster “bitterballen” a real Dutch snack, the food & drink is locally sourced, simple, and delicious. Light bites and bar snacks are available throughout the day which can be taken as room service too.

A stay in this hotel you most definitely will never forget. And isn’t that what traveling is for? Making lifetime memories?


Canalside luxury in historic Amsterdam. Spanning six 17th- and 18th-century palaces, this historic hotel faces Amsterdam’s Herengracht Canal. They’re two blocks from the shopping and dining of Rembrandt Square and less than two kilometers from the Museum Quarter, home to the Rijksmuseum. Enjoy the Guerlain Spa and fitness center, Personal Concierge services, and Two Michelin-starred dining.

Experience Two Michelin-star dining at restaurant Spectrum, and visit Peacock Alley for all-day dining, our iconic Afternoon Tea, and innovative cocktails.

The King Superior room is a cozy home away from home and features one signature king Waldorf Astoria bed with fine Egyptian cotton sheets, a comfortable working space with complimentary WiFi, and state-of-the-art in-room entertainment. Refresh in the marble bathroom with luxurious amenities and a shower.


As you can see there are many hotels in Amsterdam. Surely you can book an Ibis, Citizen M hotel which is lovely but not in the city center or another cheap hotel. But the goal of this blog is to present Luxury cruisers the best cruise port hotel in Amsterdam in the best location. To experience the real Amsterdam, to truly feel it. We think a good start to your cruise or the best couple of days after your cruise must be spent in a good hotel which you will certainly remember for the rest of your life. Making Memories for life….that’s what it is all about.

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